The formation of Malappuram district in 1969, which was the outcome of the profound realisations of the backwardness of the area, had given fillip to the educational aspiration of its people. Malappuram the birthplace of Thunjath Ramanujan Ezhuthachan, the father of modern Malayalam language, the land of Ayurveda, the domain of the great Moyinkutty Vaidiar, the veteran Mappillah balladist, the home of ‘Malappuram Makham’, the mecca of Malabar Muslims and the epicenter of the 1921 Rebellion, with its multi-cultural, multi-religious, multi-dimensional and pluralistic society had been an underdeveloped area due to various historical reasons. Hence higher education was only a dream to the society in general and the Muslim community in particular, who are the main chunk of the population. The education aspiration and the long cherished dream of the society finally got materialized with the establishment of a government college at the headquarters of the Malappuram district in 1972. This institution caters to the higher educational needs of the marginalized, especially the female section of the society, As the hub of higher education, the college of divergent courses with a difference not only to sustain this pluralism but to promote career prospects to students elsewhere.
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